Effective Haskell (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Wednesday, 16 November 2022

This guide, which is subtitled "Solving Real-World Problems with Strongly Typed Functional Programming" shows how to put the power of Haskell to work. Rebecca Skinner looks at how to use features like Monad Transformers and Type Families to build useful applications, and explains the benefits of a pure functional language, like protecting your code from side effects.

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Skinner explains how to manage concurrent processes, and apply functional techniques to working with databases and building RESTful services. The book shows how to employ advanced programming concepts to solve real-world problems.

Author: Rebecca Skinner
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: November 2022
Pages: 440
ISBN: 978-1680509342
Print: 1680509349
Audience: Developers interested in Haskell
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

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